Feb 26, 2018
French tax activists Attac allowed to protest in Apple stores
Apple has lost a legal attempt to stop French protestors staging peaceful demonstrations in its stores. Tax campaign group Attac has put on protests at Apple shops in Paris and Aix-en-Provence, claiming the firm had tried to avoid paying the tax it owed. Apple sought a ban on protestors, saying the demonstrations risked the safety of customers and employees. It said there was no evidence that Apple stores were at risk of "Imminent damage" from the protests. In 2016, the European Commission ordered Apple to pay €13bn in unpaid taxes.
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